Covid-19: Gambia registers 1 new case

Nov 12, 2020, 11:12 AM

The Gambia has registered one new positive coronavirus case bringing the total confirmed positive cases in the country to 3,697.

The 191 COVID-19 situation report of The Gambia for 9 November 2020 (published on the 10th November 2020) indicated that no new COVID-related deaths officially recorded. With the number still standing at 122.

At least 26 COVID-19 patients are currently in treatment or self-isolation (active cases).

Five persons were discharged from self-isolation at the sanatorium while 24 persons are in quarantine.

Meanwhile, the Senegalese Ministry of Health yesterday reported 15 new positive cases, bringing its total positive confirmed cases to 15, 735. The country registered 15,386 recoveries, 326 deaths and 22 under treatment.

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